Parti socialiste

Name
PS
ID 1539
Parti socialiste
Socialist Party
Party family
Social democracy
Predecessors · / Successors ·
1919 · PSF · splinter
1920-12-30 · PCF ·
1933 · PSdF · splinter
1937-01-31 · PUP · joined
1960-04-03 · PSU · splinter
1993 · MC · politician
2016-04-06 · REM · politician
Party (name) changes
1905 · SFIO · Socialist Party (Section française de internationale ouvriére)
1969 · PS · Socialist Party (Parti socialiste)
Wikipedia
· EN – Socialist Party (France)

Elections

1902 – 6.3 – 45
1906 – 10.0 – 53
1910 – 13.2 – 75
1914 – 16.8 – 103
1919 – 23.4 – 67
1924 – 20.1 – 104
1928 – 18.0 – 99
1932 – 20.5 – 129
1936 – 19.9 – 149
1945 – 23.8 – 134
1946 – 21.1 – 115
1946 – 17.9 – 90
1951 – 14.5 – 94
1956 – 15.2 – 88
1958 – 15.5 – 44
1962 – 12.4 – 64
1967 – 18.9 – 118
1968 – 16.5 – 57
1973 – 19.1 – 89
1978 – 22.8 – 102
1981 – 36.0 – 268
1986 – 30.8 – 198
1988 – 34.9 – 260
1993 – 17.6 – 55
1997 – 23.5 – 252
2002 – 24.1 – 141
2007 – 24.7 – 186
2012 – 29.4 – 280
2017 – 7.4 – 30

Cabinets (PM )

1914 – Viviani II 
1915 – Briand V 
1916 – Briand VI 
1917 – Ribot II 
1936 – Blum I 
1937 – Chautemps III 
1938 – Blum II 
1940 – Reynaud  
1940 – Petain 
1944 – de Gaulle I  ·
1945 – de Gaulle II  ·
1946 – Gouin  ·
1946 – Bidault I  ·
1946 – Blum 
1947 – Ramadier I 
1947 – Schuman I 
1948 – Marie 
1948 – Schuman II 
1948 – Queuille I 
1949 – Bidault II 
1950 – Pleven I 
1951 – Queuille III 
1956 – Mollet 
1957 – Bourges-Maunoury 
1957 – Gaillard 
1958 – Pflimlin 
1958 – de Gaulle III  ·
1981 – Mauroy I 
1981 – Mauroy II 
1983 – Mauroy III 
1984 – Fabius 
1988 – Rocard I 
1988 – Rocard II 
1991 – Cresson 
1992 – Beregovoy I 
1997 – Jospin 
2012 – Ayrault I 
2012 – Ayrault II 
2014 – Valls I 
2014 – Valls II 
2016 – Valls III 
2016 – Cazeneuve  ·

EP Elections

1979 – 23.5 – 22
1984 – 20.8 – 20
1989 – 23.6 – 22
1994 – 14.5 – 15
1999 – 22.0 – 22
2004 – 28.9 – 31
2009 – 16.5 – 14
2014 – 14.0 – 12